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    The Run In

    Tina had been successful in avoiding Sam for the last couple of days. Production was extremely busy with the new set designer and making sure everything was just right. She was thankful they were able to replace Candace so quickly. Firing her was the right thing to do. It would’ve been a catastrophe for Tina to have to look at her and work with her every day. It wasn’t vengeance. It was a sound business decision and a win win. Candace’s confession played on loop for Tina which made it quite clear that Bette had no interest in the carpenter. Tina knew the truth in her heart of hearts but she allowed the hurt of losing their son and the deep seated feeling of abandonment from her grandmother dying cloud her judgment. She was determined to fix it.

    Tina spotted Sam and figured today was better than tomorrow.

    “Hey, Sam,” Tina said.

    “Hey there. It feels like we haven’t seen each other in days. How are you?” Sam asked.

    She was about to put her hand on Tina’s shoulder when Tina made a subtle move to avoid the contact. It was so quick and natural it didn’t raise a flag. Tina was determined not to continue this dance they’d been doing for months. It was time for her to set boundaries…something she should’ve done a long time ago.

    “Do you have any lunch plans?” Tina asked.

    “No, I don’t,” Sam smiled.

    “Would it be okay if we talked?”

    “Of course,”

    “Great. Meet me at Catering as soon as we break and then we can find somewhere quiet. There are things that need to be said.”

    Sam was hopeful the conversation would go the way she thought it was going to go and they could finally go on their first official date.

    “Cut! That’s a wrap, people!” Tina yelled. “Great work! Great work! See y’all back here in 90 minutes. Enjoy your lunch.”

    The crew clapped and cheered. Glad to have their fearless leader back in good spirits.

    Tina walked towards the Catering tent noticing Sam waiting for her with a big smile. She knew it wasn’t going to be easy but she had to put an end to the flirting.

    “Hiii,” Sam sang. “Do you want me to grab you something?’

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      • It was going to be more of them being separated. I honestly don’t remember where I was taking it. It has definitely grown bigger thanI first anticipated it being. They still have a long journey ahead of them. Thank you for reading.

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